Coastal Pollution and Environmental Stressors

Coastal Pollution and Environmental Stressors

26 Feb 2019, 11:45 - 13:15

Room 32AB
Language:
English

The session is focused on the interaction between anthropogenic and natural events leading to elevated levels of environmental stress in the coastal environment, modelling and analytical techniques to allow effective coastal management and mitigation techniques to reduce the level of environmental stress in the environment.

Chaired by:

  • Jason Giffen, Assistant Vice President, Planning & Green Port, Port of San Diego

Environmental and Anthropogenic Influences During the 20th Century - Present in Scott Bay, Houston Ship Channel
Lisa Hill, Masters Student, Texas A&M University at Galveston

Hurricane Harvey’s Effect on Erosion and Deposition in Scott Bay, San Jacinto Estuary, Texas
Lisa Hill, Marine Geoscience Consultant, OARS 

Dynamic Management Systems to Mitigate Marine Pollution
Paul Taylor, Principal Consultant, Intertek Energy and Water Consultancy Services

Noise Attenuation Effectiveness, Drivability, and Capacity of New Double-Walled Pile Technology
Julie Hampden,  Environmental Director, Marine Construction Technologies

 

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Contributors

  • Jason Giffen

    Chairperson

    Assistant Vice President, Planning & Green Port

    Port of San Diego

    Jason H. Giffen, Assistant Vice President of Planning and Green Port, oversees the Aquaculture & Blue Tech, Energy, Environmental Conservation,...

  • Lisa Hill

    Speaker

    Marine Geoscientist

    OARS-HPSG

    Born in Scotland, half Norwegian, Lisa has lived in the UK, US and Azerbaijan. Lisa has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Ocean and Coastal...

  • Paul Taylor

    Speaker

    Principal Consultant

    Intertek Energy and Water

    Paul is Intertek’s modelling / technical manager, with 20 years’ experience in marine, coastal and estuarine environmental consultancy. After gaining...

  • Julie Hampden

    Speaker

    Environmental Director

    Marine Construction Technologies

    Mrs. Hampden (M.M.A., B.A.) is the Environmental Director of Marine Construction Technologies, and in that role has educated staff from resource...

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